FAQs

  • FAQs
  • What is GSA?

    Gospel Singers of America (GSA) is a music school whose purpose is to teach interested students to read, play. Sing and write songs of the Gospel preserving the art of the shape note method; to promote Godly living; to send the students back to their home church encouraging them to participate and help in leading the church music to the honor and glory of God.

  • Why would I be interested in attending GSA?

    Those who attend GSA gain experience in song leading, writing, and the basics of music theory, but this is just the beginning. GSA is a haven for students of all ages to retreat for three weeks in the summer and surround themselves with a Godly, God-honoring environment in which they can learn to better praise our Lord. Life-long friendships are formed and souls are saved each year at GSA. Its a place of encouragement and opportunity for those who want to grow in their walk with the Lord as well as a place where those who do not know Him can meet Him.

  • Where is GSA Located?

    GSA is located in Pass Christian, MS at Scenic Drive right off of Highway 90. The campus is nestled in under old live Oaks and overlooks the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast. Who is eligible for enrollment? We accept students of all ages who are willing to come and learn.

  • What does it cost?

    GSA is a non-profit organization, so all funds go directly into bettering the school.

    Cost of Tuition includes:
    - Food
    - Housing
    - Private Lessons
    - Classroom Instruction
    - Songbooks

  • When does registration open?

    The registration form is available year-round, and final registration for school begins Sunday afternoon, June 20th before the first day of classes.

  • How do I register?

    You can go to the "Register" section of this site and follow the instruction from there!

  • What do I bring with me?

    A list of required materials as well as things not to bring may be found in our registration guide located on the "Register" page!  CLICK HERE

    Items on this list include a Bible, bedding, toiletries, and appropriate clothing. Items that are not allowed include tobacco products, certain electronic devices, and weapons.

  • Do I have to stay through the weekends?

    The students are required to go home the first weekend. The second weekend is our annual Homecoming. It usually lasts from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and students are free to go home, if they wish, after the program concludes.

  • What if I live far away and am unable to go home for the weekend?

    Arrangements will be made for students who live too far away to travel home each weekend. We encourage families of students who live close by to open their homes for far-away guests.